The following comments were submitted on 3 September 2015 in response to the Call for Public Comment by the IANA Stewardship Transition Coordination Group. For further context, please read this post from our President and CEO Kathryn Brown:
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[Singapore] – A newly published Internet Society survey on Internet policy trends in Asia-Pacific found that the majority of respondents would like their government to provide more opportunities for multi-stakeholder involvement in policymaking for the Internet.
Internet Society recognizes former RIPE Chairman for his collaboration and contributions to building the Internet across Europe and beyond
Selects 16 Fellows to Attend Africa’s Premier Peering Event in Maputo, Mozambique
‘Beyond the Net’ designed to support ideas that promote an open, secure Internet and enhance the Internet’s potential to empower people
[Auckland, New Zealand] – The Internet Society is pleased to announce that its Board of Trustees seated four new Board members at its Annual General Meeting, 7-8 July.
Challenges remain as ‘affordability’ and ‘relevant content’ surpass ‘availability’ as main barriers to global Internet access
[Tunis, Tunisia – 2 June 2015] – There has been robust growth in Internet access and usage over the past few years and Africa is now primed to take advantage of the social and economic opportunities that the Internet can bring to people across the continent.
[Tunis, Tunisia – 2 June 2015] – In order to better understand what African nations need to do to reap the full benefits of the Internet, the Internet Society today released the study “Internet Development and Governance in Africa”. The report, issued at the Africa Internet
Mitchell Baker, Vint Cerf, David Farber and Sebastian Thrun to provide insights into origins and future of the Internet